Originally Posted by StrangeGator
It's almost a misnomer to consider a Georgia prospect "out of state" nowadays. There are a few positions where the state of Florida is either thin, or the top players have already written us off. I don't see a full class of OL coming from Florida and there doesn't seem to be as many quality DE prospects this year. It also appears that the coaches are casting a broad net geographically early on. Hopefully that will let the top in-state prospects know that if they want to be Gators, they have to make up their minds early.
Not saying we will but we can def fill the Oline class from Florida.
Those 8 kids should end up at high BCS schools we would take the first 3 right now.
DE is a little thin but we could go..
Trent Harris- he should be a commit before summer
Denzel Ware- in Alabama right now but is expected to move back to Florida
Keyon Brown- he is ranked as a top 250 player and would jump all over a Florida offer
Chad Thomas- going to Miami or FSU
Justus Reed- love his film
Anthony Moten-you could put him in DT category but he is a end in a 3-4
Those are just the Florida names. I count Georgia as in state its really a certain mile radius or driving distance you should look at not state lines.